"Leaders inspire themselves and others to do, be, give and become more than they ever thought possible. "
- Tony Robbins
At Trinity Lutheran College student leadership is developed through Years 6 to 12 with focused responsibility in Years 9 and 12. Leadership skills are developed in
various ways through academic and social/emotional learning and co-curricular activities. Key to our program are relationships, personal development and the skills necessary to form and maintain teams. Teamwork is fundamental to the 21st century workplace, and we encourage our students to embrace this co-operative team approach with enthusiasm.
In Year 12, there are School Captain, House Captain and Student Leader positions. Specific portfolios for House Captains in Years 12 include:
Trinity also has a Senior Years Student Representative Council comprised of elected students from Years 10 to 12. The SRC members represent all students in the school and organise ways for students to participate and contribute to their school community. Becoming a student representative enables students to develop and strengthen skills in leadership, communication, teamwork and decision-making.